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9 thoughts on “ Sanya - Kōhachiro Miyata* - Japan: Shakuhachi – The Japanese Flute (CD, Album)

  1. Shakuhachi – Kōhachiro Miyata* Notes Special thanks to the Performing Arts Program of the Asia Society and its director, Beate Gordon, for aid and advice in the preparation of this recording/5(31).
  2. Dec 28,  · Shakuhachi — The Japanese Flute, by Kōhachiro Miyata (b. ) is a Elektra Nonesuch Explorer Series plasabadjelboramulthirehyreha.coinfo recording introduced Miyata to the United States and quickly became a classic and endures as a milestone in the popularization of the World Music genre.
  3. This album features serenely beautiful, centuries-old compositions performed solo by shakuhachi master Kohachiro Miyata of the Ensemble Nipponia and recorded live during the group’s first North American tour in
  4. Japan: shakuhachi, the Japanese flute.. [Kōhachiro Miyata] Compact disc. Program notes by David Loeb inserted in container. Credits: Produced by David Lewiston. Performer(s): Kōhachiro Miyata, shakuhachi. Event notes: Recorded , in New York. Description.
  5. Apr 10,  · 🇺🇸 Shakuhachi - flute from Japan - Rodrigo Rodriguez live USA (World Flute Society Convention ) - Duration: Rodrigo Rodriguez Shakuhachi Japanese flute 3, views
  6. He studied the shakuhachi in Japan with Kohachiro Miyata, one of today's greatest Japanese shakuhachi masters. He also plays with Japanese koto player Rie Yanagisawa. Bell proposes here a solo CD for the shakuhachi, mixing well-known solo shakuhachi pieces from the honkyoku repertoire (i.e., the repertoire of the Zen Buddhist monks) with folk.
  7. The Shakuhachi is a Japanese wind instrument that produces a beautifully haunting sound and is played here by Kôhachiro Miyata. This CD includes five pieces of music played on the Shakuhachi, all of which are relaxing and a pleasure to hear. The front slip of the CD also includes a brief history and description of the Shakuhachi as well as /5(38).

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